This 3-story Victorian farmhouse was built in the 1870s but has been beautifully restored. The nearly 5-acre property comes with a barn and guest quarters, a pond and a pool. It’s on the market in New Hope, Pennsylvania, for $1.249 million…
It’s always fun to check the real estate listings in Bucks County where New Hope is because there are so many beautiful historic houses there. I’ve featured other properties from the area that you may remember, like this small stone house built in 1718:
It was originally known as Coryell’s Ferry, but after fires destroyed several mills there in 1790, the reconstruction was considered a “New Hope” for the town.
The first floor has 10-foot ceilings.
The house has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and 3,313 square feet.
There are 3 wood-burning fireplaces in the farmhouse.
I love all the porches (it has 3!).
Want it? For more photos and information, check Linda Danese’s listing at Sotheby’s.